At 12:30 p.m. local time, nine players will return for the final day of the EPT €100,000 Super High Roller to battle it out for the first-place prize of €1,816,210 and the Super High Roller trophy in Casino Barcelona. Tsugunari Toma will come into the day as the chip leader with 3,755,000 in chips, followed by Steve O’Dywer and Kahle Burns.
Spain’s Sergi Reixach will be trying to keep the trophy in Spain and has 1,805,000 chips to fight with. Luc Greenwood and Danny Tang are the only other two players who still have more than 40 big blinds to their use. Sam Grafton is coming back to the felt with 25 big blinds while Mikalai Vaskaboinikau and Rui Ferreira are sporting the shortest stacks.
Final Table Seat Draw
|Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|1||Danny Tang||Hong Kong||1,700,000||43|
|9||Sam Grafton||United Kingdom||985,000||25|
When the players return, Level 17 will start which features a small blind of 20,000, big blind of 40,000, and big blind ante of 40,000. Six time bank cards have been added for each player for reaching the final table and the final day. A 20-minute break will take place after every two levels and play will continue until a winner has been crowned.
All returning players are guaranteed at least €180,070 but this is what they are all playing for:
The PokerNews live reporting team will be bringing you all the action from the hustle and bustle in Barcelona so stick around until a winner has been found.